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The Immigration Service’s decision to accept gay marriage immigration in States where such marriages have been legally performed has resulted in a torrent of alien relative applications. By the full faith and credit clause of the Constitution, all States in the U.S. must recognize such marriages even for their residents who went to States to...
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Part of the New Changes to the Immigration Law In 2013 new pathways for residence have been offered to undocumented immigrants by the President and the Supreme Court. Perhaps as well Congress may pass an amnesty that could lead the way for the green card for 11 million undocumented individuals. The most recent pathway for...
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On June 26, 2013 the Supreme Court overruled the Defense of Marriage Act of California (DOMA) declaring it unconstitutional because DOMA denied same sex couples the right to marry. Same sex marriages are now entitled to federal benefits equal to those of heterosexual married couples to include immigration benefits such as green cards. The Secretary...
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Aliens whether caught crossing the border or found in the United States who were deported may have their chance to come back if they have U.S. citizen or permanent resident parents, U.S. citizen children or even permanent resident spouses. For humanitarian reasons these family members may enable deportees to return because of the hardship to...
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The U.S. is badly in need of highly skilled employees who are readily available and capable. Reform is needed to facilitate an increase of the number of employees from abroad to meet the needs of industry and for qualified professionals. For many skilled workers and their families from abroad the door has been shut to...
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